THE PROFESSIONAL DIVER’S HANDBOOK, editor John Bevan, 3rd edition
The aim of The Professional Diver’s Handbook is to provide an introduction to operational tasks, procedures, equipment and instrumentation together with associated technical safety information.
It is not a diving manual and does not teach you how to dive. The emphasis is on safety and illustration. Topics include diving operations both offshore and inshore; inspection diving techqniques; welding, cutting, concreting, explosives, etc; submersibles; equipment; communications; navigation and buoyage; marine fouling identification; weather and the sea; health and safety; regulations and records; and other useful information. It has become the worldwide standard reference book not only for working divers, but also for underwater engineers and is used as a textbook in diver training establishments throughout the world.
Softback with PVC cover
270 x 190 mm (approx. 10.5 x 7.5in)
8 page colour section
Heavily illustrated throughout.
ISBN 978 0 9508242 6 0